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Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Physics. Mathematics

A mesoscopical model of shape memory alloys; 146–154

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Authors
Tomáš Roubíček, Martin Kružík, Jan Koutný

Abstract
Multiwell stored energy related to austenite and particular martensitic variants as well as a dissipation pseudopotential are used to assembly a mesoscopical model for an isothermal rate-independent martensitic transformation in shape memory alloys. Theoretical results concerning numerical approximation of involved Young measures by laminates are surveyed and computational experiments are presented for CuAlNi single crystals.
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